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  • Industrial Base

    March 2021

    JUST IN: Taiwan Viewed as Achilles’ Heel of U.S. Microelectronics Supply Chain

    By Jon Harper
    A potential Chinese takeover of neighboring Taiwan would pose a catastrophic threat to the United States supply of microelectronics, and Washington needs to take steps to reduce that vulnerability, former Secretary of Defense Bob Work warned March 24.
  • Manufacturing

    August 2018

    New Additive Manufacturing Center Coming to Maryland (Updated)

    By Sonja Jordan
    The National Center for Manufacturing Sciences, an Ann Arbor, Michigan-based cross-industry development consortium, plans to build a new manufacturing center in Harford County, Maryland, to develop “next-generation industrial additive manufacturing, materials and processes,” the organization announced.
  • Manufacturing

    May 2018

    Pentagon Supporting Manufacturing Needs to Build Critical Capabilities (UPDATED)

    By Vivienne Machi
    A small office within the office of the secretary of defense is looking to support the manufacturing required to build the Pentagon’s biggest capability needs, including directed energy tools, hypersonics and fuse technologies, while promoting and encouraging U.S.-based manufacturing.
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